London: Saxon & Co., 1886. First edition. 8vo, original blue cloth, gilt. This copy has been inscribed and signed by the translator on the title page.
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St-Cyr-sur-Loire. -. One page on single leaf of approx. 7 X 5-1/4 in. stationery. France writes about a mutual friend, his stay at La Bechellerie at St-Cyr, and the recent Presdential election. France received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1921.
(New York): Hemispheres, (1947). First edition. 8vo, printed wrappers. One of 600 numbered copies in the regular issue (there were an additional 40 signed copies on Velin). This copy bears a presentation inscription, signed by both Golls with their names intertwined, to Marie Bullock, the great patron of American poetry...
(New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1940). First edition. 8vo, printed wrappers, sewn. One of 700 numbered copies on Chippendale Offset paper, the entire edition. A Presentation copy, inscribed by Goll on the inside front wrapper to the American patron of poetry, Marie Bullock. Part of the series called Poet's Messages...
(Paris): Les Amis des Cahiers Verts/Grasset, (1928). First edition. 8vo, printed wrappers. One of 30 numbered copies on Japan Nacre out of a total edition of 3702. With portrait illustrations by Jean Marchand.